The Ewingsdale Hall and the Ewingsdale Church (St Columba’s) are two of the most historic buildings in the Byron Bay area, built in 1908 and 1915 respectively. They are located in the scenic and lovely William Flick Lane (formerly the Pacific Highway) with its canopy of huge Moreton Bay fig trees.
Both buildings are beautifully maintained and in frequent use. The Hall belongs to the Ewingsdale Community Association (unlike many halls which belong to local councils) and is popular for weddings, events, and classes of many kinds. More information can be found under Hiring The Hall.
The Ewingsdale Community Association meets the first Monday of every month at 7.15pm at the Hall, and people in our community are invited to attend meetings and become members ($10 per year).
The Ewingsdale Community Association is valuable for its action on many important issues affecting the community, and for social events such as a regular Christmas Party and Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.